Saudi Stocks Plunge as Trump Vows Punishment Over Khashoggi Fate

  1. Saudi Stocks Plunge as Trump Vows Punishment Over Khashoggi Fate  Bloomberg
  2. Jamal Khashoggi’s Fiancée Pens Obituary-Style Op-Ed For Missing Saudi Writer  HuffPost
  3. Saudi Stocks Drop After Trump Threat Over Missing Writer  U.S. News & World Report
  4. When Khashoggi mystery is solved, the story doesn’t end  CNN
  5. Trump vows ‘severe punishment’ if US determines Saudi Arabia killed Khashoggi  Washington Post
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The SEC's “Punishment” of Elon Musk Is Exactly What Tesla Needed

  1. The SEC’s “Punishment” of Elon Musk Is Exactly What Tesla Needed  Slate Magazine
  2. Tesla beat its Model 3 production goal, but will it hit profitability?  Fast Company
  3. Why Elon Musk’s SEC Settlement Is Critical for Electric Vehicles  Knowledge@Wharton
  4. Tesla’s breakneck pace produced more than 53000 Model 3s this quarter  The Verge
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After protests, Iran's Supreme leader calls for punishment of those who disrupt economic security

  1. After protests, Iran’s Supreme leader calls for punishment of those who disrupt economic security  Reuters
  2. Roiling Markets, US Insists World Must Stop Buying Iranian Oil  New York Times
  3. In Tehran, Economic Protests Flare As Iran’s Currency Plunges  NPR
  4. Trump Has No Coherent Strategy on Iran. Astonishingly, Neither Does Israel  Haaretz
  5. US Toughens Stance on Future Iran Oil Exports  Wall Street Journal
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Male vervet monkeys use punishment and coercion to de-escalate costly intergroup fights

Male vervet monkeys attack members of their own group to prevent them from escalating intergroup encounters into high-risk fights, or to de-escalate ongoing intergroup fights. In contrast, female monkeys use ‘the carrot and the stick’ to promote male participation in intergroup fights, anthropologists have shown.
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Russia urges harshest punishment for Ivan the Terrible painting attacker

Russia urges harshest punishment for Ivan the Terrible painting attackerRussia on Monday called for the harshest possible punishment after a visitor to Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery caused serious damage by attacking a famous 19th-century painting of Ivan the Terrible. Russia’s deputy culture minister Vladimir Aristarkhov told a news conference the gallery on Monday that his ministry expects the man to receive “the most severe punishment possible”. “We would like to initiate a discussion on toughening up the punishment for the vandalism of art,” Tretyakov Gallery director Zelfira Tregulova added, speaking in the Repin Room of the gallery where the crime took place.


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